Nugraha Lovina Bay Resort Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... PLEASE MADAM,!! Bloody hell......I whipped off the sarong and quickly lay face down on the table trying not to blind her with my lily white body. She covered me with a sheet and started to press gently on my shoulders and back and then 'shock horror' she pulled the sheet down and tucked it into my undies which she pulled right down exposing my bum!! She then proceeded to massage my back!! Nowhere on that ...
... arriving in Ubud and still being undecided about whether to partake in a couchsurf that involved a full body ritual (there was going to be lengthy"bodily sniffing" involved, that's all I will say) I took a good wander around to get a feel for ubud, my standard approach to 1st day in a new town. Ubud, billed as the cultural centre of Bali, actually disappointed me somewhat. It seemed to me that what was billed as cultural is actually just tourist shopping for Balinese objects ...
Another minor travel drama awaited us on our arrival in Bali as despite already being extortionate, the taxi from the airport wanted more than the set price to take us to the hotel as it was not in the centre of town. Again principle got the better of us and we got dropped of in the centre and at 2am walked through the dark streets of Ubud to the hotel, jumping every a dog bark, which happened a lot! Home for the next two nights ...
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... huge site so you can't miss it. We were so close to finding it a couple of days earlier as we went further past the palace first in serach of lunch befor heading in and we were only a kilometer around the corner from it. Lunch done and we headed in. Again it was a very impressive place, even bigger than Tirta Gangga but not as ornate and well maintained. I had read that it was a palace in ruins but it looks like a lot of restoration work has been done and is ongoing so once finished ...